The Bosher Collection
The Bosher Collection is an active and comprehensive database of performances of adaptations of Greek and Roman drama on a wide variety of Chicago stages from 1840 to the present. Intended for research and teaching purposes, it is an openly accessible and searchable online resource that includes detailed information on the performances, and includes related images and documents. The collection is part of Northwestern University's Classicizing Chicago project, which was started in 2010 by Kathryn Bosher, a beloved Classics faculty member who passed away in 2013. You can learn more about Kate's life and work here.
S. Sara Monoson, Professor of Political Science and Classics
Katie Hartsock, PhD Student, Classics Department
Edith Hall, King’s College London
LaDale Winling, Virginia Tech
Justine McConnell, University of Oxford
Development & Design
Josh Honn, Digital Scholarship Librarian
Brendan Quinn, Senior Developer
Northwestern University Library
The Bosher Collection is powered by Omeka, a digital collection management and publishing software created by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, and Reclaim Hosting, a service dedicated to providing students and scholars domains and web hosting that they own and control.
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